Meta Reality Labs (MRL), a subsidiary of Meta (formerly Facebook, Inc.), recently published an article describing their research conducted with support from Veryst's Dr. Alireza Kermani. MRL modeled ultrasound sensor integration into a glasses form factor augmented reality device, using a COMSOL model built by Veryst.
Veryst is excited to announce that Matthew Hancock, Mike Kuron, Mark Oliver, Andrew Spann, and Sean Teller have recently become principals of the company! These new principals join Dr. Stuart Brown, the founder of Veryst Engineering.
Composite materials, such as carbon fiber reinforced polymers, provide a high strength-to-weight ratio for structures ranging from aerospace components to biomedical implants to consumer sports products. These materials require thorough and specialized methods for material testing and validation due to their anisotropic material properties.